Actress Mary Elizabeth Winstead was hacked along with Jennifer Lawrence today, and private photos of her surfaced. In the latest case of celebrity hacking, Mary went on Twitter and confirmed that those were indeed her pictures. To those of you looking at photos I took with my husband years ago in the privacy of our home, hope you feel great about yourselves.
Actress Mary E Winstead has decided to take a break from Twitter after being trolled for speaking up about images of being leaked during the 4chan nude photo hacking scandal. Celebrities at the heart of the nude photo leak have become victims of online trolls. Actress Mary E. Winstead and sports star McKayla Maroney found themselves being attacked by the cyber bullies after speaking out. As the images were leaked on 4chan by an anonymous uploader on Sunday evening Mary tweeted.
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Mary E. Winstead, the American actress and singer who starred in Death Proof and The Thing , has confirmed that the naked photos leaked of her by 4Chan are indeed the genuine article. Feeling for everyone who got hacked. After receiving a barrage of responses from her 92, followers, she tweeted again, this time declaring her intentions to leave the social networking site for the foreseeable future:. Winstead was one of over names reportedly targeted by a mass hacking made possible by an alleged iCloud leak. A spokesperson for Lawrence has confirmed the authenticity of the images and threatened those who published them with legal action. The 4Chan hacker behind the leak has since claimed to have a video of the actress performing a lewd sex act. The anonymous person also admitted that they were unhappy with how much money he or she has made from circulating the stolen photographs. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here. Want to discuss real-world problems, be involved in the most engaging discussions and hear from the journalists?
If the ultimate violation of privacy weren't bad enough, several female celebrities burned by the hack also became a target of online harassment. Actress Mary Elizabeth Winstead, one of the stars reportedly victimized by the hacking, took to Twitter shortly after the news broke to express her dismay. Other responses were downright degrading and disgusting. The feedback caused Winstead to reevaluate why she even spoke out in the first place. Olympic gymnast McKayla Maroney was also among the women victimized. Her original post tweet about the scandal read, "The fake photos of me are crazy!! Was trying to rise above it all, and not give 'the creator' the time of day.. And that meant the world. Victoria Justice, also among the long list of female celebs allegedly exposed in the photo dump, took a more comical approach in her response.